Creative experiences take center stage. Music, dance, and theater. Art and natural history museums. The Cinema Pacific Film Festival and the Oregon Bach Festival. There’s always something to inspire your creativity at the University of Oregon.
Discovering masterpieces at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art
International cultures come alive through engaging exhibitions and significant collections of art. It’s a welcoming destination for discovery. And an educational experience centered on artistic expression that deepens the understanding of the human condition.
An unequaled environment of performance, discovery, and community. Showcasing an innovative repertoire of traditional masterpieces with an eclectic range of programming. All the while celebrating the legacy of Johann Sebastian Bach.
Inspiring research at the Museum of Natural and Cultural History
The premier natural and cultural history museum in Oregon. It encourages the stewardship of history through research, preservation, and education. Home to hundreds of thousands of ethnographic and archaeological objects, fossils, and biological specimens from Oregon, the Pacific Northwest, and the world.
Fostering creativity with the Cinema Pacific Film Festival
An internationally focused festival exploring aesthetic and social issues. Furthering our understanding of world cultures and contemporary issues. Discovering and fostering the creativity of international films and new media. And connecting stimulating artists and ideas to a diverse public.
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